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Nuclear Medicine Radiology Technician

Published
May 24, 2022
Location
Price, UT
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Description

Hospital seeks a talented Nuclear Medicine Radiology Technician to join at their Price, UT site.

Must have a UT license to practice or be able to obtain one.

Needs to be registered with NMTCB or ARRT in nuclear medicine.

Requires a BCLS certification or the ability to obtain same within 60 days.

Requires at least on year of experience in Radiologic Technology.

The successful candidate will perform radiographic examinations on patients of all ages, consistently demonstrating knowledge and practice of radiation safety.   He/she assumes the responsibility and accountability for producing diagnostic procedures on anatomical regions in accordance with accepted standards of practice and protocols.   Under the guidance of the site radiologist, he/she administers nuclear radioisotopes according to site-specific protocols.   He/she utilizes established policies and procedures of CVH and maintains clinical competencies through continuing education.   He/she must be able to recognize and assess changes in mental and/or physical conditions resulting in life threatening conditions.

The Salary range is $62,254.-$93,392. plus a signing bonus and an annual bonus of $5,000.

Candidates must be US citizens or Green Card holders.

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